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My Mac Book Pro takes for ever to sleep, any suggestions on why?

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Something running in the background? Check to see. Applications -> Utilities -> Activity Monitor.app.

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What does that do?
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Activity_Monitor

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My Mac Book Pro takes for ever to sleep, any suggestions on why?

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How much ram do you have...
The more you have, the longer it will take to sleep...


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